May 22, 2017

Mike Vogel

Florida Trend South Florida Editor •

Mike Vogel
Mike Vogel

Mike Vogel has reported and written about business in Florida for more than 20 years. He works from Broward County. He is a graduate of West Virginia University and the University of North Carolina at Greensboro and, prior to joining Florida Trend in 1999, worked for newspapers in southeast Florida, North Carolina, Georgia, Pennsylvania and West Virginia.

Articles by Vogel:

Addicted to rehab: A look at Florida's sober houses
Patient brokering. Kickbacks. Expensive urine tests. Shady operators in Florida's substance abuse treatment industry turned recovering addicts into cash cows -- producing overdoses, suicides and troubled neighborhoods.
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Long range plan: Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission opens a shooting range
In 2004, Palm Beach County paid $60 million for 1,900-acre Mecca Farms, citrus grove land near Palm Beach Gardens, to house the future home of Scripps Florida and the biotech cluster of businesses that bio-boosters envisioned in recruiting Scripps.
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Florida's super-rich
Our list of Florida's wealthiest permanent residents shows more billionaires are choosing to live here full time.
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Norman Braman is a ‘Florida Icon'
Mega auto dealership owner Norman Braman talks about why he got into the auto business and more: “I came here in '69 with my wife and two very young daughters.
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Eye in the sky: Scott Adams offers airborne intelligence
Entrepreneur Scott Adams' new venture involves airborne intelligence.
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Site seeing: Location consultants eye Florida's incentives policy
Site selectors are watching Florida's debate over incentives closely.
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Professional Employer Organizations & Executive Recruitment
Changes in regulation and federal recognition are likely to give the industry a boost. A look at new tax implications, trends, workers' comp issues, private equity involvement and more.
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n the last 18 months, the long-corrupt, long-dysfunctional, taxpayer-supported North Broward Health District hospital system, which now goes by the name Broward Health, set new marks for trouble.
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The Stereotype: Millennials are diverse. The Real Story: Millennials are diverse, and Florida's millennials are even more diverse than the national average.
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The Stereotype: A generation of baristas and tech workers. The Real Story: More than a third of Millennials in Florida work in the retail or hotel/restaurant sectors.
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